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The late Dr Norman Borlaug and granddaughter Julie Borlaug
Jim Swart checks an East Texas wheat field
Farm equipment like this early cotton stripper has gone through significant change over the past fifty years as have other aspects of agriculture
South Texas cotton farmers are busy spraying for pests
Bird harvesting milo as harvester approaches on County Rd 12
Cotton aphids are on the prowl in South Texas
Sugarcane aphid may cause significant damage to grain sorghum if not detected and treated
Sugarcane aphid populations are increasing in South Texas and IPM agents are recommend frequent scouting and treating as needed
To reduce the impact of foliar diseases peanut growers should choose the right variety maintain a proper rotation and develop an efficient economical and effective fungicide program